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I recently clean the disk and since then the camera does'nt work well. I can read the pictures but when it's time to take one sometimes i have an image and sometimes all the picture is not really define it's like really cloudy. What can i do to remedy this problem. When it's in reading mode i have no problem. And it does'nt do that all the time. Thank you for your answer.

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It may be a result of UV Cannon Makes a UV Haze Protection Filter fits most Canon Lenses and protects the front element of the lens from dirt and scratches while also correcting for Ultraviolet (UV) light which can produce a bluish cast in your images and obscure distant details.

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